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FIFA Puskás Award 2016: ten best goals of the year announced

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Hal Robson-Kanu (WAL)

November 22, 2016: Who is The Best? Who scored the best goal of the year? The race to determine the winner of the FIFA Puskás Award 2016 started on 21 November 2016, on FIFA.com. Football fans across the world can decide which of the ten goals chosen by FIFA and selected Football Committee members will win this award.

The ten goals are:

Mario Gaspar (ESP) – 13.11.2015, Spain v. England, international friendly
Hlompho Kekana (RSA) - 26.03.2016, Cameroon v. South Africa, Africa Cup of Nations qualifier
Marlone (BRA) - 21.04.2016, Corinthians v. Cobresal, Copa Libertadores
Lionel Messi (ARG) – 21.06.2016, USA v. Argentina, Copa América Centenario semi-final
Neymar (BRA) – 08.11.2015, Barcelona v. Villarreal, La Liga (Spain)
Saúl Ñíguez (ESP) - 27.04.2016, Atlético Madrid v. Bayern Munich, UEFA Champions League
Hal Robson-Kanu (WAL) - 01.07.2016, Wales v. Belgium, UEFA EURO 2016
Daniuska Rodríguez (VEN) – 14.03.2016, Venezuela v. Colombia, South American U-17 Women’s Football Championship
Simon Skrabb (FIN) – 31.10.2015, Gefle v. Åtvidaberg, Allsvenskan league, Sweden
Mohd Faiz Subri (MAS) - 16.02.2016, Penang v. Pahang, Malaysia Super League

FIFA.com users will be able to choose from the ten goals until 2 December, when the three goals with the most votes will be disclosed. Immediately after the announcement, the users will be able to vote again for their favourite from the three remaining goals. The winner will be revealed on the day of The Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony in Zurich on 9 January 2017.

During the awards show on 9 January 2017, the winners of The Best FIFA Men’s Player, The Best FIFA Women’s Player, The Best FIFA Men’s Coach and The Best FIFA Women’s Coach awards for 2016 will also be revealed.

The FIFA Puskás Award was created in 2009 in honour of Ferenc Puskás, the captain and star of the Hungarian national team during the 1950s.

 

Simon Skrabb(FIN)
Simon Skrabb(FIN)
Mohd Faiz Subri (MAS)
Mohd Faiz Subri (MAS)
Daniuska Rodríguez(VEN)
Daniuska Rodríguez(VEN)
Saúl Ñíguez(EsP)
Saúl Ñíguez(ESP)
Mario Gaspar(ESP)
Mario Gaspar(ESP)
Hlompho Kekana(RSA)
Hlompho Kekana(RSA)
Marlone (BRA)
Marlone (BRA)
Lionel Messi(ARG)
Lionel Messi(ARG)
Neymar (BRA)
Neymar (BRA)
Hal Robson-Kanu (WAL)
Hal Robson-Kanu (WAL)